As promised, I am going to show you some pics of my striped angels. My main interest lies in wild-type angels and not so much in the hybrids although I do keep black angels. I find that the fancy hybrid angels are all so inbred and have inbreeding defects as a result of which they require a lot of fixing by breeding back to wilds in order to get them healthy again. I am busy with such projects at the moment. The most stunning striped angelfishes are of course altum angels but they are more difficult to keep than discus and they only advised for the advanced aquarist. Just for the record I serve as a moderator and scientific advisor to the international angelfish forum TASG, but their website is down temporarily at the moment.
Since 1986, I have bred a strain of wildtype striped angels into which I bred some new stock on two occassions since then. I have selected them for size, coloration, finnage and parenting properties and these fishes can successfully raise their own young without any problems. Check out these images, first one is of a male, second one of a female and third one of a pair with young.